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Subject: [Value-based care] EHRs vital to QPP, but tech is unsatisfactory | CMS cancels Shared Decision Making ACO model for lack of interest | Humana's healthcare costs decrease 15% under value-based models | 8 health IT key notes | 5 ways IT improved hospital disaster response since Katrina
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November 17, 2017
1. 97% of healthcare organizations rely on EHRs for QPP - but most say the tech is unsatisfactory 

ONC: 5 ways health IT improved hospitals' disaster responses since Hurricane Katrina 

Humana's healthcare costs decrease 15% under value-based models 

4. Patients forget 40%-80% of medical information immediately-don't let your patients fall into this trap. Better health IT can improve outcomes and your bottom line - 
5. Aetna CEO on healthcare sign-ups: 'I have someone else do it for me, because I can't take it' 

6. CMS cancels Shared Decision Making ACO model due to lack of interest 

7. How Intermountain Healthcare and St. Luke's Health System are tacking patient financial health issues for better patient payment rates 

8. How are states faring with value-based payment initiatives? 

9. Physician viewpoint: Beware of 'big data' depersonalizing healthcare
10. IT professor wins young researcher award for work in healthcare     

11. Best Practices for an EHR Go-Live 

12. Judge denies Outcome Health investors' request to freeze $225M account; GE restructures to enhance focus on healthcare & more - 8 health IT key notes 



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